Organizations and Markets
Research in the Industrial Organizations and Markets program covers: incentive schemes; competition policy and regulation; advertising and consumer behavior; intermediation and two-sided markets; R&D and innovation; networks; auctions and mechanism design. Methods include economic theory including game theory, contract theory, and mechanism design theory; laboratory and field experiments and field data analysis.
Researchers in this field
22-020/VII - Personalized Pricing, Competition and Welfare
Date: March 03, 2022
22-005/VII - How to reduce discrimination? Evidence from a field experiment in amateur soccer
Date: January 24, 2022
21-065/VII - How Do Start-up Acquisitions Affect the Direction of Innovation?
Date: July 19, 2021
21-063/VII - Corporate Social Responsibility by Joint Agreement
Date: July 04, 2021
21-050/VII - Voting right rotation, behavior of committee members and financial market reactions: Evidence from the U.S. Federal Open Market Committee
Date: June 05, 2021
Brand Store Entry in a Grocery Setting: The Impact on Supermarket,...
Michiel van Crombrugge
- Brown Bag in Business Economics - Marketing
Title to be announced
- PhD Lunch Seminars
Double Micro Seminar
Mike Baye (Indiana University, United States) and Dan Kovenock (Chapman University, United States)
- Micro Seminars
Nicolas Treich (Toulouse School of Economics, France), Anna Abatayo (Wageningen University), more speakers to be confirmed
ECEFG Competition Policy Workshop 2022
Call for papers is announced. Speakers to be announced.